We will study the formation and development of Islamic law and philosophy. We will examine the evolution and development of Islamic law and its methodology and consider how its legal and philosophical traditions are structured, both legally and ethically, while analyzing the notion of authority. Case studies will relate to the status of non-Muslims, the status of women, and key issues of social responsibility.
|Fall 2015||R. David Coolidge||Syllabus|
|Fall 2013||Khalid Latif||Syllabus|
|Fall 2011||Khalid Latif||Syllabus|
Coolidge, Robert David
Tue - 4:55 pm to 7:25 pm
09/06/2016 to 12/16/2016